I have installed Office 2016 and it works without any problems in Crossover. Outlook has access to internet and works properly. The next step I want to try is to synchronize Outlook (my contacts and appointments) via Akrutosync (https://www.akruto.com). That´s my daily routine in the Windows world. I have already tried to install Akrutosync on Crossover and it´s possible to get it installed, BUT I got the error message “TCP Port 443 is blogged by another program”. I can start the program but then I get this error message. So from that reason I have the following questions.
1. Is it possible to give Akrutosync access to Port 443 in Crossover? If yes, what has to be done?
2. If the combination of Outlook 2016 and Akrutosyc doesn´t work, is there a possibility to synchronize my mobile phone with Outlook 2016 locally in Crossover? I tried it with the Outlook CALDAV Synchronizer Plugin but I couldn´t install it.
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